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Salient. Victoria University of Wellington Students' Newspaper. Volume 32, No. 18. July 30, 1969

Womens Vice-President — Sharyn Cederman

Womens Vice-President

Sharyn Cederman

Sharyn Cederman

Sharyn Cederman

Nominated: Candy McGrath.

Seconded: John Wild, Dave Howman.

4th year student, 2 years science, 1 year full time commerce, now part time. Present Accommodation chairwoman, commission delegate to NZUSA, Easter and Winter Councils 1969, member of Accommodation Advisory Committee.

Past activities include billetting controller winter tournament 1968, membership of House, Accommodation National and inter-hostel committees.

This election campaign should not be used to prove a theoretical argument about the sex of the women's vice-president. Such an argument would be proved or disproved on the day of the election.

I am offering responsible and efficient conduct of an important executive portfolio during 1970, and back this with proven experience and administrative ability, consistent attendance at executive meetings, and impartiality in the use of my executive vote, judging each issue on its merits.

Without wishing to impugn the motives of the other two candidates the era of the spare-time egoist, who is elected because nobody cares to pull their finger and stand against them, is over. Students can do without reassurances of "responsible" (and by implication "respectable") government. The SRC, at which they can represent themselves, is all that is necessary, except for administrative duties. There are those who think student politics stink—our candidatures are designed for them.

Roger Wilde

Roger Wilde